Dar es Salaam. Tanzania and Oman have agreed to formally collaborate in promoting tourism to enable more people from the Middle East to visit the East African country’s attractions.
The Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dr Hamis Kigwangala said during the Oman cultural and commercial displays held at Mnazi Mmoja grounds last week that the agreement was a result of strong and historical bilateral ties between the two countries.
Dr Kigwangala said the government would put up historical tourism centers as a way of promoting Tanzania’s tourism industry and eventually leading to increased tourists from Oman and other Middle East nations.
“The historical ties between the two countries were important for providing opportunity to support each other in promoting tourism,” nations,” he said